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BAMA-1 & 2 Updated: 01 May 2023   Responsible Operator Ryan Doody KI5VFC
Supporting Organisation UA Space, The University of Alabama  
Contact Person rvdoody@crimson.ua.edu.nospam  
Headline Details: A 3U CubeSat. BAMA-1 will be the first satellite to be launched into orbit from The University of Alabama. The mission will conduct a flight demonstration of a drag sail module by rapidly deorbiting the satellite. The mission will start with deployment of cubesat from the ISS using Nanoracks, followed by deployment of the drag sail after two-line element tracking data has been refined. Proposing a UHF downlink using 2GFSK or GFSK4 from 2k4 to 38k4 data rates. Planning a Nanoracks deployment from the ISS in Q3/Q4 2021. More info at https://uaspace.ua.edu/ **A downlink on 437.460 MHz has been coordinated** **BAMA-1 failed to reach orbit so a replacement BAMA-2 has been created. This will launch NET June 1st 2024 to the ISS and the mission and frequencies remain the same**
Application Date: 03 Oct 2020   Freq coordination completed on 27 Nov 2020

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